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. >>> a possible norovirus outbreak, i will tell you how to keep yourself protected. >>> an announcement came just hours ago. >>> whata popular website will be revealing about restaurants starting today and it may make you think twice before you choose your restaurant. >>> plus, president barack obama has unveiled his gun control program and what he wants the american people to do now. ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. >>> this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> well, good morning, welcome to a brand-new day, thursday january 17th, i am dave clark. >> thank you for waking up with us, steve it sounds mild through the weekend. >>> high temperatures are warming up as well and inland it is kind of a damp cold, 20s in livermore, fairfield is close, santa rosa 28, redwood city 34 and it does feel warmer coast and bay and we will be on the high side with some lower 60s. here is sal. >>> driving through it is getting more crowded through antioch and pittsburgh and also the bay bridge, they cleared the stalled vehicle but traffic is still slow and metering lights are on
after dozens come down with the norovirus. >>> and the 49er players who made anti-gay comments now speaking out -- at noon. ao >>> sort of the fact that a cluster of them all got sick, they sort of associated it with that food. >> 50 people sickened by the norovirus, how it was all linked to a bay area deli. >>> garn. i'm tori campbell. -- good afternoon. i'm tori campbell. >>> a east bay deli is shut down after people got sick. claudine wong tells us what we've learned about the outbreak and how it's spread. >> reporter: yes, the health department now says there were 50 people sickened by the norovirus. two people that worked at this deli and 48 people that went to an event that was catered by the deli. now the deli is back open right now, the health department has given it the green light. but both the department and the owners of that deli agree there are lessons from this that everyone can learn from. the north park deli was back in business this morning, much to the relief of regular customers like kristin anderson who tried to come here yesterday. >> i wanted to come in and g
norovirus. >>> this is "world news." tonight, super bug, a new kind of virus spreading across the nation even faster than the flu. hand sanitizer can't stop it and dr. richard besser here to tell us what can. >>> the comeback. the big five-year rally on wall street today. a lot more money for retirement. >>> ice ij. firefighters everyone sliding off the road tonight. >>> the gun next door. hundreds of thousands of guns stolen from homes on your block. an abc news investigation. >>> and hillary tells us about why she's really wearing those glasses. >>> good evening on this friday. this nation still fighting the flu, and facing another warning tonight. top scientists say a new strain of a powerful norovirus is now racing person to person across the country. it's a severe stomach flu easy to get, hard to prevent. abc's chief medical editor, an expert on viruss and epidemics tells us what's new tonight. >> reporter: tonight, it is being called a "superbug." we now know this new strain of norovirus, which makes people violently ill is now ripping across the country. first identifie
died in the north bay following a severe outbreak of norovirus at a mill valley retirement center. more than 60 others there have come down with the bug which is often referred to as the stomach flu. it is happening at the redwoods retirement community. more now from ama dates. >> these signs warn of a norovirus outbreak at the redwood retirement center in mill valley. >> a lot of people have come and brought their family members home so that they won't be exposed. >> they say of the approximately 250 residents at the center, 63 have fallen ill. six were hospitalized and two died. but the deaths will not be attributed to the virus because both patients had serious diseases and neither wanted life saving measures in the event of an illness. the norovirus is contagious and leads to stomach pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. the outbreak at thed with woods started christmas eve. since then they have been cleaning con stabtly to stop the spread of the virus. >> i am completely confident that not only will it be done correctly, but it will be over done. >> every night they are sterilizing.
called a "superbug." we now know this new strain of norovirus, which makes people violently ill could be particularly vicious. first identified in australia, it is now ripping across the country. in an average year, about 21 million americans get norovirus, with those classic stomach-flu symptoms. 800 will die. it comes on very suddenly, within hours of being exposed, and today, since no one has immunity to this new strain, many more of us, perhaps 50% more, could become violently ill. it's like a ferrari -- fast moving and well designed. compared to the flu. flu is spread mostly in the air, by coughs and sneezes. you need to breathe in as many as 1,000 virus particles to get sick. norovirus? just 18 particles can do it. extremely contagious. that means if i'm riding on an escalator and put my hand here, and someone with norovirus put their hand here two weeks ago, i've just picked it up. that's right, on hard surfaces, revolving doors, door handles, coffeemakers, regular flu virus can last two to eight hours. but norovirus could be there, and infectious, for weeks. cleaning your home
and what is happening. >>> and we will talk about the norovirus, and the super stomach bug and updates. we begin as we do every night, looking at facts. our goal is just real reporting, finding the truth and calling out hypocrisy. now today they formulated a sweeping plan that would give immigrants a path to citizenship without first sending them home and seemed to send it. . president obama calls it a top priority for his second term. here's what senator john mccain, one of the senators, said yesterday. >> look at the last election. look at the last election. we are losing dramatically the hispanic vote which we believe should be ours for a variety of reasons, and we've got to understand that. second of all, we can't go on forever with 11 million people living in the shadows in illegal status. >> and senator mccain is talking about what some republicans call the 27% problem, and president obama won strong support from latinos to mitt romney's 27%. and romney's poor showing among the latinos is part of a growing trend. and republicans have been steadily lose agreeing share of the latino vo
school about a possible outbreak of the norovirus. >>> and a heartbreaking story about a college football star is now taking a bizarre turn. who is being tied to a hoax that has a bay area connection? >>> good morning. well come to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. it's thursday, january 17th. >>> militants took dozens of foreign nationals hostage. seven foreign hostages are still alive including two americans after they say was an attack by an algerian helicopter. but the militants say the attack killed 35 other hostages including the kidnapper, their leader. this hatched at a national gas plant that militants ambushed yesterday in the northwestern country of africa. the algerian comment is not commenting on the standoff. they say this is revenge for france's intervention in neighboring mali. >>> a possible of norovirus has hit contra costa. it may well have affecteddage elementary school. palm chambers is in la fayette right now. paul? >> reporter: that's correct, dave. school will start here in about an hour. i will tell you as we said. this is a possible outbreak.
. >>> an investigation is underway into a possible outbreak of the norovirus at a contra costa elementary school. paul chambers is live in la fayette where the campus just got a thorough cleaning. good afternoon, paul. >> reporter: good afternoon, tori. public health officials spent the afternoon and morning here at the elementary school taking samples from students to check to see if this is indeed a norovirus outbreak. it's been a tough week for students and staff in la fayette e the principal says last thursday, some students and faculty started to get sick. by the next day, more than 100 of the 750 students were absent, claiming they had symptoms similar to the norovirus. >> it looks like norovirus based on the illness and the length of time one becomes ill. >> reporter: although think it's the stomach flu, it's not related to influenza. >> it does affect your stomach, causing the nausea, diarrhea, vomiting. >> reporter: cleaning crews spent their weekend scrubbing classrooms and working with public health officials. >> they have been here talking with us about how we fix our bleach solution, how
is suffering from severe upset stomach, diarrhea and fatigue, it could be a case of "noro-virus". lisa sylvester explains why this illness is a bit tougher than your standard >> reporter: the norovirus -- you might have heard of it before. there have been several major outbreaks on cruise ships in recent years. the norovirus --in layman's terms - is a stomach bug. we are at the height of a new season with a new strain. the norovirus is spread through food or drink that has been contaminated. you can also get it if you touch a contaminated surface or object and then put your hand to your mouth. symptoms include abdominal cramps, vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, and fatigue. it hits you all of a sudden.it's explosive. >> "it's very contagious. there are multiple epidemics of it. other than cleaning the areas, there's not a whole lot people can do about it." >> "the norovirus is so contagious because it's so hardy. your typical hand sanitizer. that alone is not going to do it. your typical disinfecting wipe to wipe down surfaces. normally that would be fine, for instance with the flu virus. no
. the storm killed 140 causing billions of dollars in property damage. >>> coming up next a nasty norovirus bug invades the d.c. area, what you need to know to keep your family healthy. >> a witness described it as opening the gates of hell, new details about the horrific nightclub fire that killed more than 200 people including the safety codes that were ignored. >> coming up on the news edge at 11:00 a divided country on the gun control debate, those for and against stricter gun laws, the latest on the president's plight to keep guns out of the hands of criminals. >> keep it right here. fox 5 news at 10:00 is just getting started.  there is no mass produced human. so we created the extraordinarily comfortable sleep number experience. a collection of innovations designed around a bed with dual-air technology that allows you to adjust to the support your body needs each of your bodies. our sleep professionals will help you find your sleep number setting. exclusively at a sleep number store. sleep number. comfort individualized. queen mattresses start at just $699. and save $5
is responsible? >>> also later, dodging the norovirus that's sweeping the country. we'll tell you how it's sweeping so fast and how to avoid the new strain of the stomach bug. >> we begin keeping them honest, looking for facts, not trying to support republicans or democrats. our goal is to find the truth and call out hypocrisy. today, eight senators floated a sweeping immigration reform plan that would among other things give illegal immigrants already in the united states a path to citizenship without first sending them home. they seemed to send a signal that mainstream republicans may be willing to compromise on an issue president obama calls a top priority for his second term. here is what senator mccain, one of the senators behind the plan, said yesterday. >> look at the last election. look at the last election. we are losing dramatically the hispanic vote, which we think should be ours for a variety of reasons. and we've got to understand that. second of all, we can't go on forever with 11 million people living in this country in the shadows in an illegal status. >> mccain is talkin
is happening. >>> and we will talk about the norovirus, and the super stomach bug and updates. >>> our goal so is real reporting and calling out hypocrisy. today, four democrats and two republicans floated a immigration bill to give illegal citizens a path to citizenship, and it is a path for what president obama calls a pry tir for the second term. this is what senator mccain said, one of the senators behind the plan said today. >> look at the last election. look at the last election. we are losing dramatically the hispanic vote which we believe should be ours for a variety of reasons, and we have to understand that. seblgd second of all, we can't go on forever with 11 million people living in the shadows in illegal status. >> and senator mccain is talking about what some republicans call the 27% problem, and president obama won strong support from latinos to mitt romney's p27%. and republicans have been steadily lose agreeing share of the latino vote which is in 2012 romney with 27% down from mccain's 2008 percentage. the sticking point is the a-word, amnesty. >> i will not and i will never
a severe outbreak of norovirus at a mill valley retirement center. more than 60 others there have come down with the bug which is often referred to as the stomach flu. it is happening at the redwoods retirement community. more now from ama dates. >> these signs warn of a norovirus outbreak at the redwood retirement center in mill valley. >> a lot of people have come and brought their family members home so that they won't be exposed. >> they say of the approximately 250 residents at the center, 63 have fallen ill. six were hospitalized and two died. but the deaths will not be attributed to the virus because both patients had serious diseases and neither wanted life saving measures in the event of an illness. the norovirus is contagious and leads to stomach pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. the outbreak at thed with woods started christmas eve. since then they have been cleaning con stabtly to stop the spread of the virus. >> i am completely confident that not only will it be done correctly, but it will be over done. >> every night they are sterilizing. they are going through and cleaning
people have died in the north bay following a severe outbreak of norovirus at a mill valley retirement center. more than 60 others there have come down with the bug which is often referred to as the stomach flu. it is happening at the redwoods retirement community. more now from ama dates. >> these signs warn of a norovirus outbreak at the redwood retirement center in mill valley. >> a lot of people have come and brought their family members home so that they won't be exposed. >> they say of the approximately 250 residents at the center, 63 have fallen ill. six were hospitalized and two died. but the deaths will not be attributed to the virus because both patients had serious diseases and neither wanted life saving measures in the event of an illness. the norovirus is contagious and leads to stomach pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. the outbreak at thed with woods started christmas eve. since then they have been cleaning con stabtly to stop the spread of the virus. >> i am completely confident that not only will it be done correctly, but it will be over done. >> every night they are
at the desk. >>> the norovirus is making its way back and last friday, dozens of students in lafayette became sick. health officials believe the highly contagious norovirus is to blame. according to the contra costa times the norovirus is one of the worst in the county. washing hands can help prevent you from getting sick. some say it is not too late to get a flu shot. they say it could be one of the worst flu seasons in years. doctors are still encouraging everybody to get vaccinated but it becomes up to -- it takes up to two weeks to become affective. >>> it happened just a couple of hours ago with a troubled jet. they announced they were grounding because of safety concerns. this applies to all european carriers flying the 737 dreamliner and it will remain in effect concerning the batteries. >> the lithium is a real problem because you have a real worry of fire. >> the battery issue is a significant issue and i am glad somebody is looking out for travelers. >> san jose's airport has a dreamliner flight scheduled for tomorrow but that flight may take off with another aircraft. >>> pleasanto
snyderman. >> tonight, the cdc is warning about a new outbreak, norovirus, which causes nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain. what has health officials so alarmed, the strength of the virus and how quickly it spreads. norovirus is transmitted by people who don't wash their hands after using the bathroom. it lives on surfaces or on food people touch. the current strain hitting the united states is from australia. it's highly infectious and particularly vicious. >> it can stay alive for long periods of time. and can be transmitted easily to anybody. so it's a small environment with lots of people, and it can get transmitted very quickly. >> reporter: unlike influenza, there is no vaccine, so the best way to get rid of it, disinfecting surfaces with bleach and keeping hands clean. meanwhile, influenza continues to hit people from coast to coast. at the medical center in new york, the staff is working overtime to keep up with flu cases. >> our emergency room has been packed. we are stretched right now. 25% of our daily visits are flu patients. >> reporter: it's a snapshot of what's
place because nearly 100 elementary school kids are sick with norovirus. weather is hidden in bay >>> sunny skies may have chased away recent rain storms, but a very real danger from the wet weather is hidden in bay area hillsides. one of those saturated slopes is turning into a landslide, threatening the lawrence berkeley national lab. lab employees are now in a race against time. >> reporter: this landslide at the lawrence berkeley national laboratory has evacuated building 46, closing a stretch of mcmillan road, displacing 160 employees. >> late, late november or early december, we had a storm come into the bay area where it dumped a lot of rain in a very short period of time. >> the type of bed rock that we have in the bay area is generally relatively weak compared to other parts of the state. >> reporter: ron ruben of the california geological survey explains why it's not safe, even on a sunny day like this. >> the longer you go into the season, the greater that risk becomes, because the ground has absorbed that much more water. >> reporter:
virus making people sick this winter. >> the norovirus is making life miserable for millions of americans. you have to defend against it by washing your hands with soap and water. it is a stomach virus. and hand sanitizer and disinfecting i don't necessarily kill norovirus. the cdc says there are more than 20 million such cases every year. >> [inaudible] on cruise ships and dormitories and places where people are in close contact with one another. norovirus is not just making millions of people sick. it also prevents them from being able to donate blood. >> stores across the country may now add a surcharge to your total if you use a credit card. that started on sunday. it's part of a settlement between visa, mastercard, and nine banks. it allows merchants to pass along fees that the credit-or makes them pay. mastercard is optimistic. it expects most americans will not use the surcharge because they don't want to drive away business. you can get around this by using your debit card. toyota motor corp. is back on top as the world's leading auto maker. sold 9.7 million vehicles
difficult to prevent norovirus this time of year it's in the environment. you know this is around the holidays and we know that people were having visitors from all over. >> reporter: norovirus is sometimes called the cruise ship virus. there are several documented cases of passengers and crew falling ill on so called sick ships. but a lot of places are susceptible to outbreak. >> when children visit grandma they might bring the illness with them. >> reporter: it can be serious but usually is not deadly. the virus spreads quickly from person to person. there is no vaccine to prevent norovirus and no treatment to get rid of it. >> sure, i don't want to get sick. but they have taken every, every precaution. >> reporter: now six people from the redwoods went to marin general with norovirus. the last of those patients was released today. those two women who died had ordered previously on file stating they didn't want any life saving measures. reporting live in mill valley, noelle walker. >>> more details now about common symptoms of norovirus. infected people become nauseous, people c
: the redwoods reported the outbreak to marin county public health. >> it's very difficult to prevent norovirus this time of year it's in the environment. you know this is around the holidays and we know that people were having visitors from all over. >> reporter: norovirus is sometimes called the cruise ship virus. there are several documented cases of passengers and crew falling ill on so called sick ships. but a lot of places are susceptible to outbreak. >> when children visit grandma they might bring the illness with them. >> reporter: it can be serious but usually is not deadly. the virus spreads quickly from person to person. there is no vaccine to prevent norovirus and no treatment to get rid of it. >> sure, i don't want to get sick. but they have taken every, every precaution. >> reporter: now six people from the redwoods went to marin general with norovirus. the last of those patients was released today. those two women who died had ordered previously on file stating they didn't want any life saving measures. reporting live in mill valley, noelle walker. >>> more details now about comm
the norovirus in the office. >>> you swipe, they charge. starting sunday stores will be allowed to hit you with a checkout fee if you pay by credit card. it could add an extra 4% to your purchase price. dave ramsey says go for the cash. dave, this is new. can every credit -- everytime you swipe they can nail you for 4%? >> yeah. isn't that neat? the merchant fees are going to be passed on directly to the consumer. not even in the cost of the product. this this comes from a settlement from a huge lawsuit that has been going on for many years, where visa used to be able to say you can't charge a different price if you take visa than if you pay cash, and now they can. they have to post signs in the store if they're going to do this, so you can at least know you're being charged more for using your credit card. >> you said something, they weren't allowed to charge more price for the product -- higher for using credit card. don't they do that at gas stations? >> well, they've been doing it, and this lawsuit has been -- that's one of the things that brought it up. and wal-mart, the big chains ca
strain of the norovirus. where it's spreading in our community. >>> and we're looking at the snow coming downright now. a very light, very fluffy snow. if you're hoping to make snowballs or a snowman, probably not the type of snow to do it because of the cold temperatu s temperatures. this snow moving through quickly, though. i'll show you how fast it moves out and what moves in for this weekend. >>> a live look now at road conditions. first up, i-95 at the icc, just a few cars out there right now. but it has stuck out there. on to i-270 at old 100 road. that's also in montgomery county there, some cars, traffic, looks like it's moving, headlights on. people taking their time, though, as you can see. >>> we have some breaking news. a news 4 crew now on the scene in southeast d.c. where there's a deadly accident. erika gonzalez. >> reporter: hey, wendy, let me just tell you, the medical examiner has arrived here on the scene of southern avenue and about the corner of wheeler. i want you to push in and see what's going on here. we've got a three-car accident involving an ambulance. i just
norovirus outbreak in at least two schools in lafayette. kron four's jeff bush explains how many students were affected and what the district is doing to address the issue. school officials notified that students here at the burton valley elementary school might have been in contact with the norovirus. this all comes after fridaythere was a higher than normal number of students who called in sick. at least 100 students were school and another school in the district. as you can imagine, parents are very concerned about the situation. >> thomas dwyer, concerned parent: they were doing a couple thingsone of them was to make sure the kids washed their hands before eating and, also, they were going in and disinfecting all the school buses. they figure that a lot of the kids that were out ride the bus also. so, they were doing a lot of cleaning on the buses. >> reporter: in addition to those school buses, district officals hired a special crew over the weekent to make sure that all of the classrooms here at burton valley elementary school get cleaned from top to bottom. i'm jeff bush in lafayet
of norovirus is cutting a trail through the u.s. arthel is shaking her head. a look who is most at risk, plus what you can do to stay healthy. arthel: only you were supposed to see that, jon scott. ♪ aww man. [ male announcer ] returns are easy with free pickup from the u.s. postal service. we'll even drop off boxes if you need them. visit usps.com pay, print, and have it picked up for free. any time of year. ♪ nice sweater. thank you. ♪ jon: new fallout now from the pentagon's decision to integrate women into combat units. defense secretary leon panetta officially lifted the ban yesterday. the move drawing strong criticism from critics and supporters. national security correspondent jennifer griffin is live from the pentagon now. jennifer, what's been the reaction among men in the military? >> reporter: well hard to generalize, jon, but in general marines and special operators have expressed the biggest skepticism. marines such as ryan smith, a retired sergeant that served in iraq thinks the decision puts live at risk. >> my 1st sergeant was mortally wounded when we were in iraq and in
. >> a new super bug is racing across the country. it is a new strain of nori -- norovirus. can sanitizers will not help to prevent it. -- hand sanitizers will not help to prevent it. >> we have to be meticulous to avoid getting it. the terms leader for weeks on handles, doors, door makers -- the germs linger for weeks on doors, door handles, and coffee makers. the story behind the removal of these rates at arlington national ceremony -- wreaths at arlington national cemetery. watching abc 7 news at 6:00. lots of people travel to national ceremony to wreaths. richard reeve has more on this moving story. it is a different kind of cleanup. hundreds of volunteers at arlington national cemetery. braving the cold. collecting 112,000 wreaths placed here for the holidays. i am thankful that they did it for us. the rates are often surrounded by a dusting of snow to honorpointment way those who paid the ultimate -- poignant way to honor who pay the ultimate sacrifice. >> weeks later, these use elbow grease, and /ooden poles, even ropes thinking of those who will remain there in their final resting
. >> reporter: alecia reed, kron 4 purify >>> public health officials say an outbreak of norovirus in a north bay senior center is starting to wain. dozens of residents and staff have been sickened. and two elderly patients have died. kron-4's jeff pierce has more from mill valley. >> reporter: the redwoods senior residential care facility in mill valley suffered an outbreak of the contagious norovirus that sent six residents to the hospital and contributed to the deaths of two others. with as many as fifty nine other residents sickened with the virus since december 24th the facility has curtailed activities and restricted food services. >> people don't eat in the dining room at all. food is brought to their rooms. >> all activities are cancelled. >> reporter: residents at the redwoods who enjoyed days filled with activities are now virtually quarentined. >> almost hourly during the day interesting group discussions or physical activity so there was much happening there and now there's nothing happening. >> reporter: while that sense of isolation has been troubling it may have held the outbre
this before. >> the superbug is ripping across the country from australia. norovirus, causing stomach pain, vomiting, die rae where, and fever, but you can get this from food and people who prepare your food. >> this is one of the most contagious viruses we deal with, and so you have to be meticulous to avoid getting it. >> you can get it from any hard surface you touch. most sanitizers can't catch the norovirus. i lingers for weeks on revolving doors, door handles and coffee makers. then there's this. flu is spread mostly in the air by coughs and sneezes. you need to breathe in as many as o thousand virus particles to get suck. noro revice, just 18 particles. 20 million every year catch the bug and there's no vaccine. >> no real treatment except fluid. >> the severe flu and norovirus outbreak this winter across the u.s. isn't just making million of people very sick. it's also preventing them from donating blood. >> if you have the flu you need to be system-free 24-48 hours before you come in. >> you need to be free of antibiotics for 24 hours to safely donate blood. those requirements are
. >>> as if the severe flu season isn't bad enough, the area being hit with a new strain of norovirus sometimes called stomach flu. millions across the world have been affected. fox 5's maureen umeh has the health alert. >> the symptoms come on suddenly and last one to three days leaving the patient with severe stomach pains, vomiting and diarrhea. dewanna morris and her 13-year- old son noah were stricken last week. she thought she had food poisoning, but after she became dehydrated and went to the emergency room she learned she had the norovirus. two days later noah fell sick, too. doctors say this was the sydney strain of the norovirus because it started in australia and has caused outbreaks around the world it. spreads easily through direct contact at work, nursing homes or other enclosed areas. symptoms include body chills, fatigue, diarrhea, nausea. >> it came on very violently. i just sort of lost control and it was a lot worse than what i had experienced in the past. >> my stomach was bubbling a lot. i threw up a couple times and i was just in the bed like my stomach really hurt. >> the sympto
officials say an outbreak of norovirus in a north bay senior center is starting to wain. but it took its toll. dozens of residents and staff have been sickened. and two elderly patients died. kron-4's jeff pierce has more from mill valley. >> reporter: the redwoods senior residential care facility in mill valley suffered an outbreak of the contagious norovirus that sent six residents to the hospital and contributed to the deaths of two others. with as many as fifty nine other residents sickened with the virus since december 24th the facility has curtailed activities and restricted food services. >> people don't eat in the dining room at all. food is brought to their rooms. >> all activities are cancelled. >> reporter: residents at the redwoods who enjoyed days filled with activities are now virtually quarentined. >> almost hourly during the day interesting group discussions or physical activity so there was much happening there and now there's nothing happening. >> reporter: while that sense of isolation has been troubling it may have held the outbreak in check. >> we didn't eat in the d
talking about the flu but a nasty new strain of norovirus is spreading in the u.s.. we'll talk about the best way to avoid getting sick. >>> we are live in morgan hill where police are taking a tough stance on cyber bullying. we'll tell you who is being targeted at this middle school and what happened to the suspects involved. >>> if you are driving on the san mateo or dumbarton bridge so far so good. we'll tell you more about the morning commute and the bay area weather. there's this island -- and it's got super-cute kangaroos. barrow island has got rare kangaroos. ♪ chevron has been developing energy here for decades. we need to protect their environment. we have a strict quarantine system to protect the integrity of the environment. forty years on, it's still a class-a nature reserve. it's our job to look after them. ...it's my job to look after it. ♪ >>> good morning. time now 6:42. here's a quick look at the top stories we're following right now. san jose police a investigating the city's third homicide of the year and the second in consecutive days. a group of men walked up
. >>> coming up tonight, a nasty norovirus outbreak is spreading across the country. also, fighting the flu. new numbers show activity may have peaked. >> plus, are you down on your luck? why a new study says that could lead to an increase in calories you take in.  >>> new government numbers show the flu seems to be leveling off. according to the cdc, flu activity is declining in most regions, but it's still rising in the west. hospital visits and deaths spiked again last week, especially among the elderly. and eight more children have died from the flu bringing the total to 37. but keep this in mind. about 100 children die in an average flu season. >>> the flu is not the only bug going arch. the norovirus -- going around. the norovirus is spreading. more than 100 outbreaks have been reported. it's highly contagious and spreads in schools and nursing homes. doctors say there's really no medicine other than riding it out for several days with severe symptoms. >>> a new study shows people eat more during hard ts found t economic times can lead to people eating larger portio
precautions. dozens of students in lafayette got sick. health officials think the norovirus is to blame. health officials say washing your hands frequently can prevent you from getting sick. >>> in the san francisco federal courthouse, it is set to take affect at first. they are claiming first amendment rights. exempts events such as the beta breakers. >>> we are starting off with no major problems and let's look at the east shore freeway, traffic looks good as you drive through the mcarthur maze with no major problems. and also this morning's commute the toll plaza is always good. getting up to highway such, it is wide open, let's go to steve. >>> it is cold not doubt about it high pressure will hold its pattern around i think fog will be back here santa rosa 27, fairfield, concord walnut creek knap that novato -- napa novato, it doesn't mean they will not dip into the 30s and i think concord had some and same will happen again today. mostly clear skies and now we are putting in a few 60s. that helps the coast, passive can. although 62 and santa rosa 54. fog sun mild to warm taking it
to our developing new story. the contra costa county health district is investigating a possible noro-virus outbreak end at least two schools and lafayette. fewer students called in sick yesterday. the concern still remains this morning. kron4 will tran joins us from the burton valley elementary school and lafayette. >> they had to said investigators to find out what happened. you to see the school behind me and the gate has just opened perry ed so far and non of them are willing to speak with me. on friday the number of 6 c. calls was 100. they stated that this is why they spent the weekend cleaning out the classroom steps. yesterday the number of sick calls increased. it was at 51 students. at this point the health the department has not stated yet whether or not it is a virus. they still have to do more test if this comes out to be the noro-virus on the screen this shows you what you should look for. you can be accessible to this if your immune system is weak. we have not heard of many children being brought to the hospital. we would just have to wait and see if in fact if the health in
. >> varios estudiantes de escuela tienen el norovirus, el viernes pasado más de 100 alumnos faltaron a clases por el departamento de salud de contracosta puede ser uno de varios brotes . >> si es de quienes no pone atención a la alerta por el virus de la influenza tómelo en serio es la primera muerte, claudia tiene la información . >> así es , oficiales de santa clara dicen que ayer murió la primera persona por la influenza mujer que el 5 de enero fue llevada al hospital . >> oficiales dicen que ayer murió la primera persona por la influenza . >> mujer que el 5 de enero se llevó de emergencia por llevar sintomas . >> una mujer que se murió de influenza este mes es el primer reporte, no es, no es raro para una persona de esa edad pero nada más es importante y queremos que la gente sabe que tenemos esta infección como cada invierno . >> ella se siente alarmada por la primera muerte hay que tomar medidas . >> pero fuimos vacunados, los niños , los vacunaron, también a mi pero no pudimos evitar este contagiarnos, estamos expuestos y por más que se toman precauciones . >> a pesar que
ha aumentado el número de padres que no quieren . >> el norovirus ataca personas,,,fui abusada ed todas las maneras que usted pouwde imaginar. >> partiendo . >> su pesadilla al lado de ese hombre duro seis años pero pudo escpar tiene euna residencia lelgal por la visa t creada para ayudsr a las víctimas del tráfico . >> la mayoria de la sgente. >> es terapeuta y da información sobre esto. >> he salido de dónde crei que eera un hoyo sin salida, si. >> aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa rd. ven hoy a tu subway local y empieza el año nuevo con una comida sana para tu corazón. subway. come sabroso y fresco. . >> las aulas del colegio de la colegio de newtown hicieron una ceremonia. >> varios estudiantes indocumentados y lidres piden la oportunidad para, aprobar una reforma migratoria integral . >> fernando nos cuenta más .
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touuher than your standard flu. flu. the norovirus -- you might have heard of it efooe. there haveebeen several major ouubreaks on crrise hips in reccnt years. the norovirus --in llymanns terms - is a stomach bbg. we are at thhe height f a new season with a new strain.the norovirus is spread through food or drink that has been contaminated.you can also get it if you tooch a and then put your hand to your abbominal cramps, vomiting, it hits you all of a suddenne..- it's expllsive. "it'ssvery eppddmics of it. other than le cleaning the areas, there's not a whole lott pople can do about it."(standup)"tte porovirus is so ontagious because it's so haady. yoor typical hand sanitizer... that alone is not goinggto do it. to wiip down surfaces... wipe normally that would be fine, virus. not the case with thee &pporoviius. what you really need to dd ssto wash your waterr and when you wwpe down bleach based solution."most people infected reeover after a few ddys.ii rare cases, it the the very old and very young and those ith weaker immune systems.according to 20 millioo cases of the norovii
poblado de lafayette se reporta que un brote del norovirus la semana pasada enfermo a mas de cien estudiantes de la primaria "burton valley"... take map ---la directiva de la escuela notifico a los padres sobre la presencia del contagioso virus ya que el viernes se reporto un alto numero de ausencias de alumnos... ---durante el fin de semana el personal del plantel estuvo lavando todos los edificios de la escuela para eliminar el virus.... ---el norovirus causa vomitos y diarrea. cesar ---continua la busqueda del sospechoso que intento raptar a un nino de tres anos en un centro comercial de milpitas el pasado seis de enero... take vo ---la madre del menor informo a la policia que vio al sujeto cuando salia caminando del centro y llevaba de la mano a su hijo.... ---se trata de un hombre asiatico, entre 50 a 60 anos de edad, unos cinco pies cuatro pulgadas de estatura y pesa unas 200 libras de peso... topvo blanca ---en oakland, la policia tambien revelo el retrato hablado del sospechoso de intentar raptar a una mujer de 25 aÑos el mes pasado en la estacion de la fruitvale del bart
for disease control and preventing that prevention is reporting a new strain of a highly contagious noro-virus. officials say the new bug which causes nausea, diarrhea and stomach pain accounted for 458 percent of outbreaks of noro-virus across the u.s.. it reached the country from australia. right now, it is not clear whether the strain is more likely to infect people or make them more ill compared to a previous strain. the city's eight cdc says it's because it's a new strain and people are more susceptible. the best protection against noro- virus is a hand washing and disinfecting services. researchers are working to create a vaccine for noro- virus, but nothing is ready for the market. a deadbeat >> 8 deputy is dragged by a moving car and some of county florida. police say a shoplifting suspect attack to the deputy when he was trying to arrest them. it all started at a grocery store where the suspect allegedly shoplifted. when he tries to put them in handcuffs, the suspect jumped in his car and steps on the gas, dragging the deputy about 20 ft. down the street. police say he then drove to h
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